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Can different pokemon breed and what pokemon would their children be?

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I want to breed my pokemon but I don't know if I can!

asked Aug 10, 2010 by Slow-Yawn
edited Aug 15, 2010 by Pokemaster

2 Answers

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Whether or not Pokemon can breed together is dependent on whether they are in the same egg group or not. If the two pokemon aren't in the same egg group then no egg will be produced. Here is a link to the egg groups:
The children will always be the same pokemon as their mother (or the other pokemon if bred with a ditto) and will have moves passed down from their father.

answered Aug 10, 2010 by Umbreon&Dragonite
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The child pokemon is always the same family as the female. So if you breed a female Venusaur with a male Charizard, the baby will be Bulbasaur.

For two pokemon to breed they need to be in the same egg group like Umbreon&Dragonite says. You could always try putting the two in daycare and seeing what happens. Save your game beforehand then reset if they can't breed. See my answer here for how to check:

answered Aug 10, 2010 by Pokemaster